The French Boys' Choir

 

 


La Maîtrise des Hauts de France (“French Boys' Choir") is a group of about thirty singers in all regular registers (boy soprano, alto, tenor and bass). These children and young adults come from the town of Lambersart and from the City of Lille area. The vocal quality acquired by the choir allows it to perform an extensive repertoire of mainly sacred music and harmonized popular songs.

 

Through the numerous international concerts, the Maîtrise des Hauts de France strives to convey its continuous search for quality in the interpretation of the polyphonic repertoire devoted to children’s voices.

 

  

This level of excellence can only be reached with a complete well-being and self-development of the young choristers who, by singing and traveling, find an incomparable source of cultural enrichment and personal accomplishment.

 

 

Quality and pleasure are the key words strongly connected to the mission of our Choir.

Friendship, altruism, tolerance and respect, beyond religious beliefs and political opinions, are the cement of our action, in the service of our passion for music.

Our Cultural Exchanges:

 

  • "Detska Kita" Choir, from Plovdiv (Bulgaria)
  • Vienna Boys’ Choir (Austria)
  • Poznań Nightingales, directed by Pr. Stuligrosz,  from Poland
  • Poland Nightingales, directed by Pr. Kurczewski 
  • "Stockohlm Gosskör" – Stockholm Boys’ Choir (Sweden)
  • Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois ("The Little Singers of Paris") (France)
  • Plovdiv Boys’ Choir (Bulgaria)
  • "Det Danske Drengekor" (Danish Boys’ Choir), from Copenhagen 
  • Poznan Cathedral Boys’ Choir (Poland)
  • Golden Gate Boys’ Choir of San Francisco (USA) 
  • New Orleans Boys’ Choir (USA) 
  • Children’s Choir from Liberec (Czech Republic)
  • Les Petits Chanteurs de Bordeaux ("The Young Singers of Bordeaux") (France)
  • Coro Farnesiano Piacenza (Italy)
  • Les Petits Chanteurs de St André de Colmar ("The Young Singers of Colmar") (France)